Overview and Functional Purpose
The Investigative Support Analyst supports Inspection Service criminal programs, including, but not limited to, mail fraud, narcotics, prohibited mailings, money laundering, and organized crime. This position will provide investigative support to US Postal Inspectors conducting mail fraud and financial fraud investigations. The ideal candidate will have experience working with large volumes of records and data, performing investigative and/or financial analysis, and producing work products that advance investigations. Former Federal Law Enforcement experience is desired.
The compensation being offered will be an hourly rate of $55.59, which is the annual equivalent of $106,741.87 if you were to work the available 160 hours each month. You would also be eligible for all the benefits offered by WRG including sick leave, a 401(k) plan and an opportunity to participate in our Health, Vision and Dental programs.
1106 Walnut St., St Louis, MO
Skills and Ability Requirements
Work Duties and Tasks
Include, but are not limited to:
Review and analyze business records; trace proceeds of illegal activity in order to prepare cash flow analysis; perform personal wealth analysis and related financial transactions; present findings in reports and presentations in non-technical terminology to various audiences.
Data-mine Postal records and other databases to identify fraudulent activity; prepare reports documenting analytical results; disseminate research results to appropriate contact(s) in a timely manner.
Planning and Preparation
Complete assigned tasks to ensure completion within required time frames to support the criminal or civil investigation, as appropriate; assist Postal Inspectors with developing intelligence for criminal investigations; prepare initial investigative research; compile basic background information to include, but not limited to, researching all pertinent records and other data.
Responsible for documenting and reporting analytical results, creating graphic displays and reports that present clear and concise representations of the information analyzed; and disseminating data as required by the assigned task(s).
Required Education and Work Experience
A Bachelor Degree from an accredited college or university AND a minimum of ten years of law enforcement experience planning, conducting and participating in complex criminal investigations with a minimum of five years specialized experience in areas such as mail fraud, money laundering, narcotics trafficking, organized crimes, forfeiture or similar area of criminal activity.
Required Security Clearance
A Security Clearance is required.
When communicating with West River Group about this position, include your email address, and use the Task Order designation FY19-036.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $55.59 /hour